Fr. Jerome Secillano, CBCP public affairs committee executive director, said the best way to celebrate Valentine’s Day is to “express the love that brings out the best in everyone,” aside from the usual dating and other romantic expressions of love.
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Senators: Gov't funds enough for herd immunity
There are sufficient funds to purchase jabs for 117 million Filipinos to achieve herd immunity, Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III said during a hearing of the Senate committee of the whole.
DOTr to address long lines at train, bus stations
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) is stepping up its efforts to address long queues at rail stations and bus stops along EDSA.
US crosses 600 K COVID deaths
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States has now lost over 600,000 mothers, fathers, children, siblings, and friends to COVID-19, a painful reminder that death, sickness, and grief continue even as the country begins to return to something resembling pre-pandemic normal.
GILAS FACES ‘KOREAN CURSE'
KOUAME, SOTTO LEAD CHARGE
Digital vote fraud
Even with the country still battling the COVID-19 pandemic, national attention is now being diverted to politics. With the 2022 general elections just a year away, plans are being drawn up for the fast-approaching campaign. The Commission on Elections is trying to get more new voters to register and readying the voting machines.
San Juan Starts A5 Vaccination
San Juan will begin vaccinating poor residents or those belonging to the A5 category, the local government announced yesterday.
Miriam's Timeless Magic
To those who admired and loved her, she was a “political prophet,” a timeless legacy that every Filipino should be thankful for.
NCR+ Still Under GCQ Until June 30
‘Surge still possible in MM’
Gilas Final 12 Known Today
The Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP) is confident that youth-laden Gilas Pilipinas will deliver a strong performance against fancied opponents in the FIBA Asia Cup Qualifiers beginning tomorrow in Clark, Pampanga.
Biden Takes Tea With The Queen
UNITED KINGDOM (AFP) – Joe Biden on Sunday ended the first leg of his maiden overseas trip as US president, inspecting a military guard of honor and taking tea with Queen Elizabeth II.